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. >> rick: good luck with the money, coming up, google known for taking on the biggest names in the high-tech game and this christmas, the company is taking on norad. the north american aerospace post, after several years working with google, now using bing. and google is rolling out its own santa tracker that will include christmas themed games and norad's predecessor start tracking santa in the year 1955 and, they are accurate in their sunny santa tracking and, a local store listed the phone number, in the local newspaper, and, the corporal was a good sport about it. and, you can track movie after you see the movie. >> jamie: we always do. they are competing to do that. an santa is coming, kids. that will do it for us, though, i'm jamie colby. >> rick: the fox report with harris faulkener is coming up next. merry christmas, everybody. >> jamie: take care. i've gotine grams of protein. that's three times more than me! [ female announcer ] ensure clear. nine grams protein. zero fat.
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. >> you say log out of facebook and google. it's not enough to just close out of it? >> yeah. no. when you log out of those accounts, now your specific identity is no longer tied to your surfing behavior so that they are not tracking you as an individual. >> all right. last you say use dispossibly email addresses meaning ones you throw away after a couple uses? >> yeah, exactly. there are services now that let you have a dispossibly email address. you sign up for it you finish the transaction and it goes away. you are no longer tied specifically. you have not tied that identity to your shopping or surfing behavior. >> got it if you want to reread and recap all of these tips and i'm sure you will. you can go to sileo.com or foxandfriends.com and we will take you through them step-by-step. john sileo, thanks so much for all the tips. >> you bet. have a safe holiday. >> you too. >> call it the wheel of misfortune. >> i would like to solve. >> yep? >> seven swans of a-swimmin'. >> seven swans a-swimming. >> do you know what happened there. >> no. >> that was terrible. military vet loses it all